Showing posts with label Transformers 3. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Transformers 3. Show all posts

Monday, July 18, 2011

Weekend Box Office July 15, 2011 - July 17, 2011


As expected, The Final Harry Potter movie blew away the competition and set some records as well this past weekend, bringing in $168 million domestically and a worldwide box office total of more than $476 million this past weekend !!! Hope you all enjoyed it as the movie has met critical acclaim from all who have seen it ! See you guys later on this week with the Captain America finally arriving in theaters as he goes up against Harry and Optimus for box office DOMINATION !!! 


TW

Title
Studio


Total

1

Warner Bros. Pictures


$168,550,000

2

Paramount Pictures


$302,800,000

3

New Line Cinema (Warner Bros.)


$60,002,000

4

Columbia Pictures (Sony)


$42,352,000

5

Disney•Pixar


$165,326,000

6

Walt Disney Pictures


$8,000,000

7

Columbia Pictures (Sony)


$88,505,000

8

Universal Pictures


$31,628,000

9

Paramount Pictures


$122,242,000

10

Sony Pictures Classics


$41,793,000

11

Universal Pictures


$161,290,000

12

20th Century Fox


$61,455,000



As an added bonus, here's the teaser trailer to next summer's final installment of the Christopher Nolan helmed "Dark Knight" Trilogy "The Dark Knight Rises"

Monday, July 11, 2011

Weekend Box Office July 8, 2011 - July 10, 2011


Sorry for not posting our usual "In theaters today" post this past friday. Been pretty busy establishing some other things going on with Noemi Media Group. But here are the results of this past weekend at the box office. No suprise to us, Transformers: Dark of the Moon remained # 1 at the box office due in part to not facing any serious competition. "Horrible Bosses" came in at # 2 raking in $28 Million dollars its opening week, followed by "Zookeeper" that garnered $21 million at the box office. Don't worry, BlvdAve will supply you this friday with our picks of what to see at the movies !!! 
TW

Title
Studio
Weekend

Total

1

Paramount Pictures
$47,025,000

$261,000,000

2

New Line Cinema (Warner Bros.)
$28,110,000

$28,110,000

3

Columbia Pictures (Sony)
$21,000,000

$21,000,000

4

Disney•Pixar
$15,209,000

$148,828,000

5

Columbia Pictures (Sony)
$9,000,000

$78,757,000

6

Universal Pictures
$6,264,000

$26,526,000

7

Paramount Pictures
$4,825,000

$118,056,000

8

20th Century Fox
$3,800,000

$16,125,000

9

Warner Bros. Pictures
$3,125,000

$109,709,000

10

20th Century Fox
$2,850,000

$57,747,000

11

Universal Pictures
$2,762,000

$158,186,000

12

Sony Pictures Classics
$2,706,000

$38,651,000

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